Giant Slalom

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Thomas Grandi - Skiing Career
... December 1996 where he finished in 10th position in the Giant Slalom in Alta Badia, Italy ... Cup season, he had his first top three finish when he finished in third place in a Giant Slalom race in Park City ... both came in December 2004, when he won Giant Slaloms in Alta Badia and Flachau ...
Slalom Skateboarding - Disciplines
... There are five types of Slalom race formats Super Giant Slalom, Giant Slalom, Hybrid Slalom (a.k.a ... Special Slalom), Tight Slalom, and Banked Slalom ... The Super Giant Slalom, or SuperG, is characterized by fast speeds of 30-40 mph, very long distances between cones (up to 40–50 feet) and run times of ...
List Of Alpine Skiing World Cup Race Winners – Men
... The list includes all Downhill, Super G, Giant slalom, Slalom, Combined and Parallel competitions, but does not show team events ... races (432 downhills, 171 Super G's, 363 giant slaloms, 431 slaloms, 117 combined and 6 parallel events) for men were held ... because nine races (two downhills, four Super G's, one giant slalom, and two slaloms) ended with a tie ...
Monika Kaserer - Achievements
... ninth place at alpine skiing Downhill sixth place at alpine skiing Giant Slalom 1972 Winter Olympics in Sapporo seventh at alpine skiing Slalom Alpine skiing World ... Moritz fifth place at Giant Slalom fourth place at Downhill seventh at Slalom Bronze at Combined Alpine skiing World Championship 1978 in Garmisch-Partenkirche ...
Leyti Seck - Biography
... with a time of 142.87, but failed to finish the slalom and giant slalom events ... Seck also competed in the 2003 Alpine Skiing World Cup, where he finished 61st in the giant slalom, with a time of 309.35 ... In the 2004 Cup, he failed to finish the slalom he did not qualify for the 2005 Cup ...

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